Wed 24 Jan
The collective plays folk, with distinct influences from traditional Celtic music, ska, rock and pop.
Sat 14 Apr
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Tue 13 Feb
Sat 24 Mar
Edinburgh Comedy Award WINNER 2017 John Robins - one of the most exciting and distinctive voices in comedy - returns reflecting on love, loss and lamenting the fact he can't break up with himself. The stand-up, vibe magnet and London's saddest DJ would love to promise The Darkness of Robins won't be an hour-long yell of a show, but he can't. He'll shout, snarl and sneer in his attempts to grapple with life's fall-outs in what promises to be a pivotal moment in his being. Powerful, angst-ridden comedy at its finest, this is a must-see from one of the UK's brightest talents. John has firmly established himself on the comedy circuit since his debut in 2005, and with fellow comedian Elis James has enjoyed a meteoric success with The Elis James and John Robins show on Radio X, which, like Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant and Adam & Joe before them, has spawned one of the UK's most popular podcasts. The pair recently completed an acclaimed UK tour, selling out Shepherd's Bush Empire within minutes. He will headline the upcoming series of Live from the BBC (BBC2) and is a regular face on TV, with recent appearances including Mock The Week (BBC2), Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (Dave) and Russell Howard's Good News (BBC3). He also has a host of radio credits under his belt including BBC Radio 4's The Now Show, The News Quiz and Dilemma. This show starts at 7.30pm. Latecomers will not be admitted. Suitable for 16 years and over. Some swearing and adult themes.
Tue 13 Feb
Wed 7 Feb
The self-proclaimed 'comedian, swashbuckler and scientist' takes his latest and no doubt controversial show on the road.
Sat 3 Feb
This 20s art deco cinema fell into disrepair but was restored and brought back to life reopening in 2008 as a full time entertainment venue with live comedy, theatre and music, which also screens movies for parents with new babies and occasional classic films and live screenings from NT and the Met.
Patrons include PJ Harvey, Mike Leigh, Miranda Richardson and Ralph Steadman.
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